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We are always changing our own perspectives. Thus, contradictions are bound to arise.
How are you doing? Are you okay? Common questions people ask us on a day to day basis. They’ve become so common, I question the meaning behind them…
Do you dare to be you?
Who is a better friend? The one who is the most reliable? Or the one who is most fun to be around?
Convinced that we are inferior to others, we fail to realise our potential to do other things.
Judging in itself is not bad. It is the refusal to revise one’s judgement when given new information that cannot be permitted.
If I had to describe my real self in one word, it would be “superficial”.
It is not good to be insensitive, but it is not good to be too “considerate” to the point that you become distant.